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Power efficient GNSS SiP targets small battery powered devices

Power efficient GNSS SiP targets small battery powered devices
Global provider of wireless and positioning modules and chips, u‑blox, has announced the latest member of its ZOE‑M8 series of ultra-small GNSS SiPs. The company claims that the ZOE‑M8B is industry’s most power efficient GNSS System‑in‑Package (SiP) available for small battery powered consumer devices. It combines performance with ultra-low power to deliver an optimised solution for portable and wearable devices targeting the fitness, health monitoring, and personal tracker markets.
13th September 2017

LTE-M module certified for AT&T's US and Mexico networks

LTE-M module certified for AT&T's US and Mexico networks
  Global provider of wireless and positioning modules and chips, u-blox, has announced certification of its SARA-R410M module on AT&T's LTE-M network to support a broad spectrum of IoT applications, such as utility meters, telematics, asset and vehicle tracking, security systems, building automation, as well as smart lighting solutions and parking sensors.
7th September 2017

Open CPU WiFi modules are Bluetooth 5 qualified

Open CPU WiFi modules are Bluetooth 5 qualified
Global provider of wireless and positioning modules and chips, u-blox, has announced enhancements to its series of NINA stand alone short range radio modules. NINA B1 Bluetooth low energy modules are now Bluetooth 5 qualified. And for the first time, the ultra-compact NINA-W101 and NINA-W102 WiFi and Bluetooth wireless modules give developers access to their microcontroller units (MCU), allowing them to run their own applications right in the module.
6th September 2017


Storage server drivers support FC-NVMe standard

Storage server drivers support FC-NVMe standard
Provider of semiconductor products that enable secure and intelligent processing for enterprise, data centre, cloud, wired and wireless networking, Cavium, has announced support for the newly ratified NVMe over Fibre Channel (FC-NVMe) 1.0 standard. Cavium’s QLogic 2700 series Gen 6 and 2690 series Enhanced Gen 5 Fibre Channel host bus adapters (HBAs) support connecting NVMe storage over Fibre Channel networks concurrently with the existing storage by using the updated firmware and drivers.
21st August 2017

Struggling to select the correct wireless power coils?

Struggling to select the correct wireless power coils?
Manufacturer of wireless power charging coils, Würth Elektronik eiSos, has placed a tool at developers’ disposal which facilitates selection of the appropriate transmitter and receiver coils. Mix and Match is a free-of-charge offering from Würth Elektronik eiSos. As with REDEXPERT – supposedly the world’s most precise AC loss calculator for power chokes – the product specifications accessible for Mix and Match are based on extensive measurements of the electrical response of individual coils in sample applications.
21st August 2017

Poor mobile connectivity frustrates UK train commuters

Poor mobile connectivity frustrates UK train commuters
Provider of mobile communications systems, Cobham Wireless, has reported that commuters are frustrated with the state of mobile signal reception on train journeys up and down the UK. Results of a national online survey indicate that 52% of passengers are prevented from working some of the time during their commute, potentially stopping them from being able to check emails, stay in touch with clients and colleagues or access files remotely.
17th August 2017

Ethernet access point copes with harsh environments

Ethernet access point copes with harsh environments
An innovative Industrial Ethernet access point from Phoenix Contact is available at distributor RS Components. Offering quick and easy installation, the new WLAN1100 wireless LAN module is a reliable, rugged and safe device that combines access point and antenna technology in a single unit.
10th August 2017

Backhaul delivered for Coca-Cola London Eye’s new WiFi

Backhaul delivered for Coca-Cola London Eye’s new WiFi
It has been announced by Cambridge Communication Systems (CCS) that it is providing backhaul for the Coca-Cola London Eye’s new WiFi service, which enables customers to access high-speed internet and new interactive applications while riding in the popular London observation wheel. CCS’s Metnet 28GHz self-organising microwave backhaul was selected by O2, which is delivering the WiFi service on behalf of Merlin Entertainments – the largest European entertainments company operating in Europe.
9th August 2017

Let's cut costs in half with new wireless lighting

Let's cut costs in half with new wireless lighting
There are as much as 20% of building operations costs that could be saved simply by turning the light off when it is not needed, or at least reducing the time that lights are left on when no-one is there. Lighting accounts for around 40% of building operation costs, and this can be a huge financial drain for companies.
1st August 2017

LoRaWAN module with 'Best of Both Worlds' capability

LoRaWAN module with 'Best of Both Worlds' capability
The results of Murata's collaboration with both STMicro and SigFox to port the SigFox stack to co-exist alongside the LoRa stack on Murata’s small form factor Type ABZ LoRaWAN module has been announced. With this feature Murata has extended the module’s capability for providing both LoRa and SigFox capabilities worldwide from a single hardware platform. This approach allows customers to decide which network technology serves the application best depending on location, service requirements and cost.
25th July 2017


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Cyber Security - Oil, Gas, Power 2017
29th November 2017
United Kingdom London